Palle Alone in the World Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryA story of a little boy who dreams that he is the only person in Copenhagen. He proceeds to satisfy his every whim, from driving a street car to piloting a plane to the moon.
Reveals through his writings the insights of Paracelsus, the father of modern medicine. Points out that his originality paved the way for the work of Ambroise Pare and Andreas Vesalius and that many of his theories about disease and its treatment are now accepted. Drawings illustrate the medical practices of the late Middle Ages. From the Legacy series.